How to think and reason in macroeconomics 4th edition
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Why do economic variables change? So what if they do? What happens next? How do economic processes and policy institutions really work? What can policy do?
The answers are found in How to think and reason in Macroeconomics, a popular university text with very positive feedback from students, lecturers and practitioners. It combines well-informed intuitive understanding with solid economic theory plus a concrete understanding of South African economic
processes, institutions and data. In this way it prepares you to analyse macroeconomic events and policies in a globalised and development context.
- Part I: How does the economy work?
- Why macroeconomics? An introduction to the issues
- The basic model I: consumers, producers and government
- The basic model II: financial institutions, money and interest rates
- The basic model III: the foreign sector
- National accounting identities and macroeconomic analysis: uses and abuses
- A model for an inflationary economy: aggregate demand and supply
- Extending the model: inflation and policy reactions
- Macroeconomics in the very long run: growth theory
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